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Norwegian to launch new routes

2012-11-07, kl. 15:00

Norwegian Air Shuttle continues to invest in the Swedish market. Non-stop routes from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Burgas, Corsica, Paris and Pisa are new additions to the summer programme in 2013.

Burgas (Bulgaria), Corsica (France) and Pisa (Italy) are summer destinations while service to Paris will be year-round, with six departures a week. Meanwhile, Norwegian is increasing capacity by almost 15 per cent to a number of existing destinations such as London, Barcelona, Rome, Vasa (Finland), and Gothenburg and Umeå (Sweden).

Non-stop service to Corsica will be launched May 4, with the route flown every Saturday. Non-stop service to Pisa will begin with one Saturday departure a week beginning April 13, and more departures will be added later in the summer. Non-stop service to Burgas will begin June 25, with two departures a week, every Tuesday and Thursday. Non-stop service to Paris–Orly will be launched April 11, with flights every day except Saturday. 

Norwegian is also increasing the frequency on a number of its existing routes. Among others, there will be daily flights to Rome, while Barcelona will have twelve departures a week. Beginning in April 2013, there will also be five daily departures between Stockholm-Arlanda and London. The airline is also investing in the Swedish domestic market, with the launch of a number of flights between Stockholm-Arlanda and Gothenburg as well as between Stockholm-Arlanda and Umeå.